With slightly just a month to go to the August general elections, deputy president William Ruto who is the presidential candidate for the Kenya Kwanza alliance has gone out in all out war against his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The two leaders are seemingly spilling out their secrets in public with a leaked audio alleged to show deputy president William Ruto revealing deeper information on his previous dealings with the president.
Related to that, Tharaka Nithi senator Prof Kithure Kindiki has come out to finally allege how at one time when he was serving as the lawyer of The national alliance (TNA) party, he visited president Kenyatta's home.
The duo, he alleged, visited president Uhuru Kenyatta at his home and talked to him out of his decision to step down from the 2013 presidential race in favour of another candidate presumably ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi.
The two told him further that the decision was not his (Uhuru) but the voters. Kindiki even went further and destroyed an agreement Uhuru had allegedly struck with the other candidate right in his house.
"We told him you cannot overturn the voters' decision and give away the presidency. You must be on the ballot," Kindiki said.
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